This post is the sixth in a series of lessons on teaching students who are braille readers to make the transition from EBAE (English Braille American Edition) to UEB. All lessons are by Catherine Summ and Suzanne Cappiello, who both work as Education Consultants for the Department of Rehabilitative Services (DORS-BESB) in CT.
- He gave Wally $8.
- The temperature fell 20°.
- She paid $120 per day for the car rental.
- The children only made 76¢ from their lemonade stand.
- His friend gave him $10 and 50¢ to buy snacks for the party.
- The little league player increased his batting average by 45% this season.
- I want to be 100% sure.
- *See glossary.
- 29°C is very hot.
Here is the list:
Additional Activities: Writing Practice
- Dial *211 for the cafeteria.
- The average high temperature in January for Milwaukee, WI, is 26°F.
- 42% of student scores were in the above average range.
- Wally needed 38¢ more to buy his favorite smoothie.
The ingredients include:
- Bake the recipe for at 350° for 25-30 minutes.
- Sally dialed *411 for information.
- Freddy’s team won the championship and now hold the #1 position in the state.
- He needed to beat his best running time by 24%.
I will need the following supplies:
Educational Activities: Jokes, Songs, and Recipes
Song: A $illy $lipper $nake:
- Wrap tortillas
- Cheese slices
- Lunch meat
- Lettuce & tomato
- Knives & cutting board
- Position the ingredients in a small rectangle on the bottom half of a round tortilla.
- Fold in two sides until they meet in the center.
- Fold the bottom of the tortilla to the center over the filling
- Continue rolling.
- Place seam side down
Click here to download the Duxbury file of Lesson 6 Punctuation List. (Courtesy of Karen Carl.)
Click here to download the Duxbury file of Lesson 6 Extra Reading. (Courtesy of Karen Carl.)